At the end of onboarding, instead of feeling empowered with knowledge, employees are often simply relieved that they can check one more item off their to-do list. Unfortunately, this approach is not the way to engage a new employee — or a current one.
Companies are continually faced with the challenge of empowering employees to develop the technical skills today’s business demands so they don’t have to re-staff. Data proves that employees prioritize L&D. Organizational leaders must do the same.
Whether through microlearning, spaced learning, learning journeys, continuous learning cultures or personalized learning, mobile is becoming a catalyst in helping organizations transform their learning landscape to deliver more value.
L&D professionals often evaluate delivery methods based on the organization’s overall learning objectives. Most use multiple delivery methods, because a single modality can’t do everything well. So, how can you choose training delivery methods?
Inkling, a mobile learning enablement platform for frontline employees, announced that Little Caesars® Pizza will leverage Inkling to train workers and provide them easy access to the company's reference materials via internet-connected tablets.
Following are some trends in mobile app development. L&D professionals should look at them to pave the way for outstanding mobile learning.
Qstream, makers of enterprise-grade mobile microlearning software that reinforces training content and drives behavior change, announced their expansion into corporate diversity and inclusion programs, highlighted by a new partnership with Culture Coach.
eLogic Learning has released a highly-anticipated addition to their eSSential LMS – an iOS app. After months in development and testing, the company happily announced that the iOS app is now available for download in the App Store.